Do you go after mid to high-end businesse or do you work small?s

by man5
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It seems like the smaller the client is, the more frustration you'll have working with them.

Do you take on many small projects from small businesses or would you rather prefer few big ones in a year? Like over $30, 000 per project?
#businesse #highend #mid #smalls #work
  • Profile picture of the author Martin Bauer
    What is your market actually?
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    • Profile picture of the author myob
      My preference in all my niches is to target franchisees, companies with 500+ employees, or revenue of $10million or more. These generally provide the best mix for high end products, projects, and market exposure.
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin Bauer
    Small businesses are more desperate to get more clients and make more money. Therefore they will do their best to gain new customers. If you somehow make them feel like you know what you are doing, you can even profit more and more.
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    • Profile picture of the author Giftys
      Originally Posted by Martin Bauer View Post

      If you somehow make them feel like you know what you are doing...
      I would prefer that you actually KNOW what you're doing and I think they would too.
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      WWJD

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  • Profile picture of the author sscot
    It depends on own skills, talents and experience. At this moment, if I will face to the situation you ask, I choose the first one (small projects). Anyway, As I personally believe, big projects are more beneficial than small projects.
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